Ortive

Or´tive


a.1.Of or relating to the time or act of rising; eastern; as, the ortive amplitude of a planet.
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Fortunately my husband Toni and my "Fortunately my husband Toni and my family have always been supp ortive and I have family have always been supp ortive and I have always had a space to do my art.
19) Baudin's journal tells us that the determinations were by a number of sextuple azimuths, or octuple azimuths, and/or by ortive and occiduous azimuths or amplitudes.
Oh, yes,I did serve with the Free French also, withGeneral de Gaulle's Free French in September, 1940,in the ab ortive Dakar episode.
The overall aim of the project was to enhance the community's capacity to provide culturally and linguistically competent educational, medical, social, and supp ortive services for Latino dementia-affected people and their caregivers vis-a-vis an interorganizational collaborative model.
Given the difficulty of these lifestyle changes, social workers also can provide supp ortive counseling to patients and their significant others.